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Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - April 6, 1899, Fort Wayne, Indiana N Joti Vortig Corner Calhoun and Columbia.,leaders in novelties in ladies suit sour styles compare with any they re Chic Dainty strictly up to Date the make disarms criticism the prices Are Down to Zero based on a Quantity business lower than the lowest these Are the elements that Combine to make our line so phenomenally popular among Good judges of popular values a a Geo. Did amp co. Corner Calhoun and Columbia streets. Come in and hear the Edison phonograph. All the latest records. Musical and instrumental Packard music House 120 Calhoun Street. New lasts. New latest styles of Spring footwear tan or black.at106 Calhoun Street App the work and the wages. Experience that Are a quire Only by years of study and practice have a cheap imitation. People Are generally so Little informed concerning the real value of dental work that they Are very easily led to either too much or too Little. Of you too much More than a fair Prico for the Best work you get less than you for. If you too Little to make the Best work possible you will get work Worth worse than nothing which is less than you . Choose fair charges and get Only Best work. U. S. Dental Parlours drs. J. A. Amp j. W. Williams Mars. 98 Calhoun Street. Phone u78. Important reduction in prices. So per of it do Flooent on cameras 40 per Ceist Dupount on print Lair find developing. Develop nor film 26a printing each 8x3, so. Printing each 4x6, 6c. We furnish any desired camera and Biake no charge for teaching photography. Ii. W. M or it he just 74 Calhoun by. Of s. Lambard. O. P. Morgan. S. A la Embard k co. Insurance real estate and Loans no. 3 Aveline House it. Wayne ind. Have you bought your new Spring hat the weather. Washington april 5�?for Indiana showers thursday fair Friday Easterly shifting to northerly winds. A a a Washington april 5.�?the Ohio River continues to fall slowly. The Mississippi River is falling slowly at Memphis but has risen slightly at Vicksburg and new Orleans. At new Orleans the danger line was reached this morning and probably the River at that Point will reach the stage of about 16.5 feet or five tenths of a foot above the danger line by saturday. The indications Are that the rain area will extend Over the Ohio Valley East Gulf and South Atlantic states during thursday and possibly reach the Middle Atlantic states Friday. Fresh northeasterly winds will prevail along the Middle Atlantic and new England coasts and winds will be fresh from the East to Northeast along the South Atlantic coast. Latex Halness. Or. Willis Bash is ill at his Home. Judge r. S. Taylor returned from Chicago. Machinist William Hensil of the Bass shops is ill. Leopold lev of new York is in the City on business. E. F. Yarnelle is now Able to move about out of doors. We. Meyer or. Went to Chicago yesterday on business. The Hon. A. R. Beardsley of Elkhart was in the City yesterday. W. H. Micheal went to Markle ind., yesterday to visit his son. Or. W. Jones of the Aveline is in Chicago on business. Judge s. M. Hench is attending to Legal business in Indianapolis. J. J. Durham of Boston was in the City yesterday on a business trip. Or. Samuel Wass. Jr., of the Rhine Smith and Simonson factory is quite ill. The noted lecturer or. George c. Wendling of Washington d. C., is at the Aveline. The Rev. J. R. Quinlan of St. Mary s Church at Huntington visited in this City yesterday. Or. Harry Cohn who has had a store on Columbia Street will remove to Fostoria Ohio. Or. Miller went to St. Louis yesterday in the interests of the electric corporation. Or. J. P. Singleton a prominent insurance Man from Louisville was in the City yesterday. Assistant Foreman Jacob Hausbach of the Bass shops is off duty because of a badly spi aimed Back. Or. And mrs. W. Quot a. Wells have returned to their Home in Kendallville after a visit with relatives Here. Joseph Rothschiild returned to Chicago yesterday after being confined to his Home in this City for three weeks on account of illness. Architect Henry Hilgeman has the contract for the erection of a neat residence for or. John Barrand at Jefferson and Barr streets. George a. Reynolds Secretary of the grand Lodge of elks was in the City last night the guest of the local elks. An informal reception was Given for Himi at the Lodge Hall. The Shiloh chapter of the order of the Eastern Star will give an experience social in the chapter rooms thursday afternoon. All members Are requested to be present. The Rev. Henry w. Bennet d. D., who formerly was a pastor of Thi Wayne Street m. E. Church in this City will occupy his old pulpit sunday morning and evening. He has Man friends in this City and All will by glad to hear his speak again. No doubt the Church will be veil filled. The Detroit and Cleveland steam navigation company has notified All Railroad lines that steamers have commenced running Between Detroit and Cleveland. The first boat left Detroit on wednesday and the first left Cleveland on thursday. The steamers Between Toledo and Cleveland will go into commission on april 10. Ladenburg Thalman amp co., yesterday filed suit in the United states court at Indiana Polis against the Hartford City paper company on two notes. On May 23, 1896, the defendants gave two notes to r. T. Mcdonald for $1,415.99 each. Mcdonald sold these to the fort Wayne electric company and this company in turn endorsed the notes to the plaintiff. The petition states that the notes were not paid and judgment is asked for the full amount with interest which amounts tar $2,000 on each note. T1 police is Charles Schmidt was anxious to wed. Backed his going with a revolver. And later paid a Fine therefor a Captain Borgman a improving a police news. In the police court yesterday morning Charles Schmidt a Saloon keeper at Fairfield Avenue and Hendricks Street paid a Fine of $1 and costs for drunkenness and another for a similar amount for carrying concealed weapons. Or to speak More exactly he paid $15 of the $21 to which the Bill amounted and put up a Gold watch for the remainder. All of his trouble was caused by an Over zealous wooing. He was at one time married to Therese Schmidt but they were divorced and mrs. Schmidt was conducting a Saloon on Chicago Street a few doors from that of her husband. Or. Schmidt desiring to enter the matrimonial state a second time bought a License tuesday and engaged Justice Huser to perform the ceremony at 1 o clock. He failed to consult mrs. Schmidt. The hour and the Justice arrived. But she continued obdurate. Schmidt told Huser to return at 3 o clock. In the meantime he tried to persuade his sex wife a loaded revolver being a leading Factor in the discussion. In other words he gave her the Choice Between Matrimony and the cold grave. She chose the latter but the timely a i Ival of officer Pappert and his discovery of the revolver which Schmidt denied Haa ing saved her this trial. He was locked up. At the police court he said he saw the error into which he had fallen and would be Good. Captain Borgman improving. A t the last reports last night. Captain Borgman was still improving. He is resting Well and his Early convalescence is confidently expected police news notes. Detective Daseler arrested a Man giving the name of Daniel Irwin last night for drunkenness and begging. Clyde and Russel Mcconnel were taken to Columbia City yesterday. They will be tried for larceny. During the month of March the associated charities assisted fifty four applicants thirteen of whom had not applied before. Only four were tramps. Out of Twenty one who were offered work in the work Yard eleven accepted. A Fine setter Pup has been stolen from or. Dittoe. Your Era it Levi Woods not i it Eai i 1�inchi a a iii iii Lawne raw heed of w. I it. Idle night or Sov it it Ros it k. Columbia. Sun. Tues. The is ,the Hatter buy your hats Caps and gents furnishings of us. We can save you Money and give you nothing but up to Date we carry the most Complete Stock of trunks and travelling bags to be found in the City. Golden the Hatter 96 Calhoun St 0pp. Fruit House. Billy Kine signed his contract received by local Ball club officials. Butter and egg convention. Be4weenforty five an fifty of tie dealers in butter and eggs in this state Ohio and Southern Michigan met in the Parlours of the Aveline yesterday. They held two meetings one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Both were behind closed doors. This association meets in the Aveline annually. Oysters and cranberries. Best stewing oysters. Standard 20c can. Best frying , selects 25c can. Best Cape cod cranberries 8c qut. Best California oranges 2ijc and 30c dozen. Large Messina i.,Emons, 20c dozen. White fruit House. A. Large Stool of , up to Date c or ridges iii i Eye let iii ii in s and Plia tons at Racli Scall it Annn. 1 1-13 Day St. 5-5t confirmation services Bishop White officiated at Trinity Church. 9ecr--itary Hubbard of the local Ball club wore a big smile yesterday and it has t worn off for he received a letter from manager Glasscock which is very encouraging for the fort Wayne team. If manager Jack lands the Man that he has a line out for the infield of the fort Wayne team will be greatly strengthened. The player in question is Wallace Hollingsworth a crack second baseman or shortstop. He is known As quot Jack quot among Ball players. He played second with St. Paul when Glasscock with that team and he made a Good record. He is a fast fielder and would make a Good hitter in this league. After leaving St. Paul Hollingsworth went to St. Joseph mo., and played there last season. His hitting fell off a Little but in the interstate he should Able to keep his average around the .300 Mark. A manager Glasscock has signed Billy Kuhne who played last year with the St. Thomas team of the Canadian league. He Loti the second basemen of that league in ii lying with an average of .957. He batted at .305. A it seems that the fort Wayne team Sli Ould have a very Strong infield this season for Glasscock is lining up enough Talent to select from. He will have a. Lot of new faces Here. Among them will be Ball Kuhne Bali and Hollingsworth Ard maybe More. A a the fort Wayne club would like to get Fleming from Indianapolis. He an out Liegler and a Good hitter. It is very Likely that he is one of the men that Glass cok has a cye on. A Louis Heilbronner will probably arrive in fort Wayne to Day to visit his father. He was recently appointed the official ground keeper of the St. Louis bail Park and will assume his duties in a few Days. Attention d. Of h. You Are hereby notified that there will be a special meeting Friday afternoon at 2 o clock at the Hall 107 Calhoun Street to transact important business. Mrs. Bressler c. Of h. Of the Golden Milestone. Or. And mrs. Boulton have been Al varied fifty years. Confirmation services were conducted at Trinity episcopal Church last evening by Bishop John Hazen White a class of nine receiving the sacrament. The Bishop preached an exceedingly Fine Sermon and his address to the class presented for confirmation was of unusual interest. The words of scripture which Bishop White selected As the foundation of his Sermon were the words of John 20 is. White is a guest at Trinity rectory and will leave this afternoon for Plymouth where he will officiate in conferring the rite of confirmation in the episcopal Church of that City. Strawberries pineapples and fresh vegetables for this morning. If not drop a and let us show you our new Spring styles. We have the Correct shapes. M us Stia Ambo in by fancy Florida strawberries 25c qut. Ripe Havana pineapples 25c each. Florida tomatoes Nice and Ripe 15c la. Cincinnati spinach 35c Peck. Cincinnati lettuce 18c la. Fresh radishes 2 Bunches for 5c. New onions 3 Bunches for 5c. Large new potatoes 50c Peck. White fruit House. The greatest grocery s meat Market. Big the greatest grocery s fresh meat Market recent la greatly enlarged is doing a whole lot of business in Fine Juicy beef veal Lamb and pork served and those who gathered around fifty years ago tuesday. Or. Henry Boulton of this county and miss Helen Hatch of Maysville were married by Squire Mcdonald on the farm known As the Mcdonald farm two Miles this Side of new Haven ind. After their marriage or. And mrs. Boulton went immediate tit their new Home in Maysville which was a farm situated in what was then the wilds of Indiana an uncultivated country in whose forests wolves and bears were wont to prowl and fight the approach of civilization. The Young couple who thus started out to make a Hortie and living together and to do their part toward making Indiana what she is to Day yesterday celebrated their Golden wedding on the same farm but with what different surroundings to or. And mrs. Boulton have been born eight children. Death has visited their fireside and so far Only wedding Bells have been rung As the years rolled by. Children and grandchildren gathered to duly observe the fiftieth anniversary and i and mrs. Boulton were surprised by the coming of their sons and daughters and a few friends to their Home. The dinner was All prepared and when the aged couple had begun to get their breath and realize that the Golden Day had rolled around unnoticed by themselves the Rev. H. L. Beach of Maysville Rose and in a few chosen words presented the parents with Many a quot Golden quot reminder of the occasion. A sumptuous dinner was a Lucky Man to find a Pearl in the shape of an Oyster but that s what you la find in every luscious Bivalve that is opened froth our succulent fat and appetizing Baltimore oysters. Every one is a Gem and both raw or cooked Are of most delicious and appetizing flavor. We receive them fresh every Day. Fred Eckart packing co. No. .35 West main St. Phones no. 291. Meat Market Ebersole pianos have no equal in tone. Frank b. Long 119 Calhoun Street. Or. S. H. Havice practice limited to Eye ear nose and Throat of flt hours from 8 a to u m. Us from s to 4 p. M. M West Wayne Street. Fort Wayne. Ina. Monroe w. Fitch amp sons. Tonsi Mirauce real a state Aud Al torus. 80 Calhoun Street phones office 1360 res 452 South. Messes. Fred Ash. Frank and Charlie Bond p. Benson Harvey Crane Gregg Davis a. Dorsey Morris Evans Del mer Fitch. Edward Gilmartin Fred Hoffman h. G. Keegan Donald Mcdonald Dan Mcfaull. Lee Ninde will Ninde Fred Peters will Peters f. A. Reiman Clareice Swan w. Wiggins Percy Olds Charles Zollars miss Alice Zollinger of Detroit miss Mary Foster of Terre haute and or. Will Wood of Toledo were the out of town guests present. Among the participants were or. And Leroy Hartzler or. And mrs. Artemus Pickard or. And mis. Fred Zollars or. And mrs Thomas Wright or. And mrs. Fairfield miss spen a miss Yarnelle miss Barrett miss Knight and miss Mary Knight miss Hoffman and miss Emily Hoffman miss Hughes miss Morris miss Crane miss Shoaf miss Beebe and miss Kate Beebe miss Emma Ash miss Paul miss Reuss miss Mclachlan. Miss Mary Mcdonald miss Hattersley. Miss Moffat miss Reitze miss Fowler. The Success of the dance was due wholly to the efforts of or. Hoffman and or. Will Peters who were the instigators. Oil and Gas. Roasts tender steaks fresh pork shoulders and chops spare ribs tenderloins neck Bones pigs feet pigs Heads pork sausage smoked and in smoked garlic sausage blood pudding liver pudding Weine Wurst Bologna head cheese Braunschweig Ger. Summer sausage boiled Boneless Ham cooked pressed Ham pickled the Festal Board were or. And mrs. George Zeimmer or. And mrs. Sylvester Stopher or. And mrs. Ospar Boulton the Rev. And mrs. H. L. Beach All of Maysville mrs. L. I. Able of Garrett mrs. L. Henderson of Maysville or. And mrs. George Lin Demuth of fort Wayne and miss Ida Boulton. Seventeen grandchildren pork Leaf lard strictly pure Leafy Ere present. Or. And mrs. Boulton coat maker wanted. Custom tailor Good sober Man can have steady employment. Address c. J. Eta sin Columbia City ind. Of wages increased. Muscatine Iowa april 5.�?the three largest of Twenty Pearl Button factories operating Here announced advances of 15 and 10 per cent. In wages. A a Bethlehem pa., april 5.�?the Keystone state company increased the wages of. Employees 15 per cent. A Lazy liver makes a Lazy Man. Burdock blood bitters is the natural never failing remedy for a Lazy liver. Lard Kettle rendered Cott suet for shortening Fine sugar cured hams Bacon picnic hams shoulders fat Young turkeys chickens ducks and geese at the greatest grocery s big meat Market. Corner West Columbia and Harrison streets Bash Block. Remington bicycles Are built As accurate As the Remington Rifle. For Sale by c. H. Miller 6-2t. 20 w. Main St. Of a attend we ther orchestra a of cart Friday Evenou amp re april y til. Are both Hale and Hearty and though my. Boulton is within a year of the foreshore Mark which is truly a quot Ripe quot old age there seems no reason now Why another decade should not find the worthy couple still living on the farm. The Justice of the peace who married or. And mrs. Boulton was the father of or. B. H. Mcdonald of this the quot bachelors Ball quot was Given at the fort. Wayne club last evening and proved a most delightful affair. The Young men had spared nothing in. Preparation and very Good music and excellent Coffee and sandwiches added to the enjoyment of those present. The bachelors who gave the dance in compliment to the married people and the Young ladles who belonged to the assemblies during. The want of were Convoy ha9 plenty of both a excitement Over the find. Special to the journal Convoy Ohio april 6.�?the Oil Well which was drilled on the Cullen farm one mile West of Convoy is showing up very Well pumping having been begun on tuesday. There is a Fine Gas pressure and the men that Are operating the Well Are enthusiastic Over the find. The prospects Are that Convoy will in the near future be using Gas to Light and heat the City. It is Likely that the Oil will be turned into tank lines. There is considerable excitement in the town As a re sult trial of mrs. George. Day spent in Impan Eling a jury a interest in the trial. Canton Ohio april 5.�?women outnumbered the men among the listeners at the trial of mrs. George to Day. The entire Day was occupied in getting a jury and the work was not finished. The state has exhausted its challenges but one and More men were ordered summoned. They will be summoned from Massillon and Alliance West and East of Here and less familiar with the details of the crime. Sixteen Are being summoned in All. Have a first class jul got 1>aiiktiiie Louie on your oar. Lagro or Lui angry at Road Fiji it sgt banns 11-13 old or Street. 5-6ti

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